31 October 2017

22 Students to Recieve First Class Degree from UNIUYO 22nd and 23rd Combined Convocation 2017


UNIUYO 22nd and 23rd Combined Convocation holding November 4, according to the Vice Chancellor, Enefiok Essien Twenty two students of UniversitY will receive first class degrees.

UNIUYO 22nd and 23rd Combined Convocation 2017 UPDATE

Mr. Essien, in a Pre-Convocation briefing held in Uyo on Monday, said that nine students made first class among the 2013/2014 graduates, while 13 attained the feat in the 2014/2015 academic year.
He said that a total of 8,012 students would be conferred with first degrees, higher degrees, as well as Diplomas and Certificates.
Mr. Essien, who restated his commitment to excellence, said that he had pursued policies that would make the school one of the best in the world, since he assumed office in 2015.
According to him, the Law students will represent Nigeria at the All Africa Moot Court Competition at the International Criminal Court in Tanzania.
The Vice Chancellor stated that 92 per cent of programmes assessed by the National University Commission had received accreditation “in spite of the shortfall in revenue accrued to the institution.”
Mr. Essien lamented that the university was yet to receive its take-off grant since inception as a federal university in 1991, and appealed to government to come to its rescue.

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